CFP: K-State Digital Humanities Symposium: Exploring the Digital Medium: Cross Disciplinary Collaboration in the Digital Humanities

Kansas State University invites submission of abstracts for Exploring the Digital Medium: Cross Disciplinary Collaboration in the Digital Humanities which will be held on February 27-28 2015.

This symposium seeks to examine the interdisciplinary nature of digital humanities scholarship, including the involvement of arts, sciences, and social sciences.

Proposal Deadline - January 16, 2015

Topics may include

  • Digital research in humanities disciplines
  • Digital humanities pedagogy or dissemination of theories and practices
  • Visualization, analysis, and computational representations of humanities content
  • Sustainability of digital projects and information lifecycles
  • Public humanities in digital environments
  • Humanities computing and data curation
  • Humanist concerns in digital arts, architecture, or design
  • Digital performing arts
  • Collaborative partnerships for digital work between humanities and/or social sciences and the sciences

Presentation types

Abstract or submission topics will be divided into the following categories:

  • Paper/Presentation (15-20 minutes) | Abstract length: 250-500 words

  • Pecha Kucha (15-20 slides shown for 20 seconds each; 5 - 6:40 minutes) | Abstract length: 250-500 words (What is a Pecha Kucha?)

  • Poster Presentations  | Abstract: 250-500 words

We encourage both scholars, undergraduate, and graduate students to submit abstracts for Pecha Kucha and poster presentations.

Submission process  

Submissions are due by January 16, 2015. Email your abstracts as an attachment to dhcenter@k-state.edu with the following information:

  • Symposium application in the subject line

  • Name

  • Institutional affiliations, if applicable

All proposals are peer-reviewed. Notification of acceptance or decline will be made via e-mail.

For more information about the Symposium, see http://www.k-state.edu/digitalhumanities/symposium.html

 

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